Hotel Villa das Mangas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... about ten times in the space of 15 minutes. Apparently the Internet was causing problems! Then it was Derek's turn and the computer played up while recording his fingerprint and he had to do that about ten times or more. Finally he seems happy and disappears again with our passports and the extortionate amount of money charged for the visa (about $90 each). We then have to wait another 45 minutes. Cedric eventually asks a senior officer to ...
And the worst bit was, not 15 minutes after getting rid of those two, we were stopped again by another pair of policemen (this time I made sure to be respectful!). Apparently my visa wasn't valid (of course...) since it neglected to include the word 'Tourism' on it. Another 20 minutes of discussion to get away from them.
After that I have to say my desire to wander and explore Maputo further was pretty much destroyed, at least down in ...
Having displayed my distaste for Beira on Facebook I soon established a guy I used to row with at Brookes actually has just moved to Maputo. So crashed at his place for a couple of nights. I timed my trip to Maputo well as Moya (Howard's wife) was working in a project there for a hotel. Howard's son ...
... our stay here, but aren't allowed to go into Moçambique with it, so we drove from Hazyview to the Avis location in Nelspruit to see if we could park our car there for the next few days. In the end, the most difficult part of this idea was simply finding the local Avis office! After we finally found them, there was no trouble at all leaving the car there (they asked us to keep the keys, so they don't accidentally lend it out), and they also drove us to the Greyhound terminal. ...
... 8221;. After a 2 hour walk in the boiling hot sun, we eventually crawled in to the first establishment we could find. Although we were tired, the sights and sounds of the coastal road were definitely worth it.
The time on the road also signaled the first sunburn of the trip for Hayley who now closely resembles the prawns we were to have for dinner later that night.
After all the activity we headed back to the tent for a siesta. After a good snooze ...